John Audubon

John James Audubon is a well known wildlife painter.  He is known for his paintings of birds.  Birds of America is a collection of 425 life-sized prints of his paintings.  His work turned nature into fine art that was then used for documentation of bird species. But after some more thought, I may have changed my mind as to whether or not this is Bio Art.  It is undeniably fine art featuring a biological subject, but I don't think that qualifies.  So, art featuring biology is not Bio Art?

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